Casita de Maya

65 Ave. Bis x Blvd. Aeropuerto, Quintana Roo, Quintana Roo, 77600, Mexico
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Two tourists on a scooterTwo tourists on a scooter

Horse and carriage by the waterfrontHorse and carriage by the waterfront

Paradise Beach next door = crowded!Paradise Beach next door = crowded!

Money BarMoney Bar

Forum Posts

Car rentals

by lu1126

I'm curious as to where to rent a car in cozumel and if you can pay for insurance with the car rentals like in the states. I don't want to get caught in a scam!

Re: Car rentals

by mcgarrg&j

Cozumel is so tiny I can't imagine needing a car. A taxi from just about any point on the island into town is less than $10. We did rent moped scooters for one day to tour the perimeter road that goes around the South end and along the East side of the island. We found a few secluded beach areas. Its basically just one beach along the East side. It was a very nice excursion that took most of one day with the stops we made along the way.

Re: Car rentals

by Laura_Mexico

Agree with the previous poster.... and just for what it's worth, yes, you have the option of paying an extra fee for insurance when you rent a car in Mexico (at least that was the case in Vallarta) and I strongly recommend that you do because, even though it's a peaceful place, you never know what may happen and you may end up paying a HIGH fee if something happens and you don't have insurance.

Travel Tips for Isla Cozumel

Relax!!

by travelgirl3

That's why you're on vacation, right?! As the Island of Cozumel is quite small, it is very relaxing and laid back. Sure, you can take part in lots of activities put on by the Animation Team at your resort, or you can choose to relax under a palapa and read a book for an entire week. Playing in the waves, and watching the beautiful sunsets, cocktail in hand.

Drive Yourself to the "Wild Side"

by NitnyLeo

Rent a Jeep, with 4-wheel drive, and drive yourself over to the Atlantic side, the "wild side", and enjoy the deserted beaches. Just be careful...the water is rougher and the coral is more exposed than on the leeward side. A Jeep...a sixpack...warm sun...warm water...fine sand...the roar of the surf...no one around....doesn't get any better. (Okay, it would be better to share it with someone special).

Atlantic Deck

by Tolik

Atlantic Deck is one of the most popular decks on the ship. First of all, two dining rooms are here: Ecstasy and Fantasy. Both serve dinner in two assigned seatings, along with open-seating breakfast and lunch. Our table 115 was next to the window offering fantastic ocean view. We had late sitting for dinner (8:30 PM). Tables hold anywhere from four to 10 passengers.
Second popular place on the deck was the two-level Fantasia Show Lounge. Fantasia has seating for over 1,300 passengers. On second night it featured extravagant Las Vegas-style revues with state-of-the-art sound and lighting. They repeat main show twice – for the 1st and 2nd seatings but I would suggest to come earlier to get better seats in the center - some sideline seats have obstructed views. The Oak Room library on the deck lends books and board games free of charge (but you have to check in using your card). The library accommodates 43 travelers. Atlantic Deck also has the ship's small Card Room – most of the time numerous groups held their meeting there but the room was popular with board- and card-game enthusiasts too. Children activities are open to children ages 2-15, and there’s a playroom for children under age 3. Another interesting place on the deck was the Touch of Class piano bar where live music and sing-alongs made the place one of the ship’s most exciting nighttime locales but expect a lot of smoking here.

San Miguel

by grandmaR

Cozumel is the largest island in Mexico with one existing town called San Miguel on the edge of the Caribbean. The central plaza, has several memorials to Benito Juarez, the famed Mexican statesman and national hero. To the west is the downtown pier, where ferries depart for Playa del Carmen and the Mayan ruins on the mainland.

This is a Cozumel website Sunday evening in the square is the best place for 'people watching' or dancing. A free open air concert in the town's band shell.. starts at 8 pm.

I did some shopping and bought a little picture at an open air stand for my daugher-in-law. There was a long line of toys on one side of the square (third photo) which I assume was connected to the Christmas celebrations.

Superior Cerveza

by ATXtraveler

As many of you know, I like to add one tip of a beer I have along my journey.

Although I do not claim to be a beer expert, I know what I like and do not like.

Superior beer is probably one of my least favorite Mexican beers, although after a long snorkel, it was welcomed.

I would rank it well below:
Pacifico
Tecate
Dos XX
Negro Modela
Sol

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Address: 65 Ave. Bis x Blvd. Aeropuerto, Quintana Roo, Quintana Roo, 77600, Mexico